With horns, flags and posters, sanjuaninos protested the new quarantine

Last night, half an hour before the national DNU and the provincial law that impose the new strict confinement whose objective is to stop the advance of the second wave of coronavirus, sanjuaninos demonstrated in the microcenter to show their discontent.

With honks, Argentine flags and posters about the need to work, The people gathered in the area around the Plaza 25 de Mayo and circulated in a caravan.

While, some of the protesters stood on the steps and the sidewalk of the Cathedral Church and shouted their claim.

Under the slogan “In San Juan we say no to the confinement,” the march was held, which included messages such as: “I’m a merchant, I want to work, I don’t know how to steal” and “All work is essential for those who live off it.”

Despite the important turnout, the measure proceeded without shocks or incidents. Minutes later, the new quarantine began.

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